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    Default Daul carb setups pics

    Looking for some ideas on pluming a set of daul cabs sideway mounted,will a 2 port regulator work fine or will a 4 port be better? here's what I'll be running 2 750 Quickfuel post some pics Thanks BOOST
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    here one of mine :


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    Kinda hard to see..




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    Log off and go float, hang in the party coves, Show and shine on the trailer, fill up the boat, wax it, v-drive, jet, outdrive, and if you got a canoe and your reading this, you sir, need to phucking upgrade.

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    Here's my setup. Twin QF regulators on a log each feeding 850's




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    Default My old set-up

    A single 4 port regulator (of good quality!!) is the cleanest and easiest way to do it.
    This will easily support 1000hp with the proper fuel pump.


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    A little copy paste

    Info Jr's jet boat. We have 2 alcohol carbs and a Ron's Gold belt drive pump. #10 to a BG Y block #8 to the carb fuel lines and this bypass valve out of the top of the Y block. Enderle linkage


    Some might say those #6 hard lines are too smalll for alcohol and the "T's" are restrictive and the fuel bowls do not hold enough or thats too much pressure. But idle pressure is 7 or 8 lbs and when the carbs are flowing fuel the pressure is 12 - 15 lbs. Since the float needle seats are open anyway pressure is not too high and feeds it plenty.








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    Quote Originally Posted by jrork View Post
    Here's my setup. Twin QF regulators on a log each feeding 850's



    Not to jack the thread. But you have done a great job with this boat. Looks great. Did I miss the final build thread on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brgrcru View Post
    Not to jack the thread. But you have done a great job with this boat. Looks great. Did I miss the final build thread on this?
    Thanks very much. It was a great project and I learned a ton. All in all I'm really happy with the outcome but have yet to leg it out as I've been struggling with setup issues. It's got a severe case of hop-skip-and jump. Tommy and Josh at JetBoatPerformance have been giving me some ideas so I can try to settle it down a bit.

    Thanks again.......john

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    prior setup on the 405


    current setup
    Boat 405.

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    Here's mine...

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    Mine.





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    Four port reg and a single line to each bowl is the cleanest and cheapest way to go about it. I use a 4 port and 4 straight#6 done deal easy as it gets
    Legalize the Constitution!

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